Things continue to move forward in a positive way here in the Bay. Home sales are up more than 20% over last years amazing 36% increase. The Conference Center reawakens October 12th with it’s grand opening and our 4th annual StoryFest. New businesses have opened in the Bay this year. So….what now?
The budgeting process for 2014 has begun and with all the exciting new opportunities ahead of us, it has never been more important for us to optimize our organizational efficiencies, plan for the future-not just let it happen, and continue our push to make Fairfield Bay more and more attractive, accommodating, and inviting- not just to vacationers, but to you as well.
Our strategic plan requires cuts in some areas, targeted spending in others, and our ideas for delivering the best value for the dollars we are responsible to you to manage. We have received our final $250K of funds from BHP Billiton, earned by granting access to gas reserves in the Bay. No drilling, and no revenue from gas extraction is planned in the next several years.
The Club and the City continue to focus on cost containment and a cooperative approach to leveraging every dollar available to continue growing FFB.
Join us Wednesday, October 16 at 5 p.m. in the Fairfield Room of the Indian Hills Country Club for a joint Club/City town hall presentation where we will share the vision your Club Board and City government are working toward over the next several years to continue our growth path. You will see our long term vision along with some near term steps available to enable that vision.
Please join us and plan to enjoy dinner that evening in the Top of the Rock immediately following the presentation.
Community Club Board of Directors /Dwayne Miller